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Ferrari Monza SP1 and Monza SP2 (F176): information, data, photos

Stefan Baldauf /Guido ten Brink
Ferrari Monza SP1 and Monza SP2 (F176)
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D he driver sits in a teardrop-shaped monocoque with a narrow leather sports seat. The well-known sports steering wheel with the “Manettino” steering wheel switches is emblazoned in front of it. ABS, ESP, but also accelerator pedal characteristics and the chassis can be individually adjusted by the driver.

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The front engine with 810 hp is hidden under the carbon hood.

The driver of the Monza SP1 sits fully in the airstream without a windshield, while an Airdome with a roll bar in contrasting yellow towers behind him. The passenger side is completely hidden under a cover. Otherwise, the model shows itself with strongly flared wheel arches, narrow, angular headlight units and aerodynamically optimized small side mirrors.

The protruding fenders are very easy to see from the rear. A narrow tear-off edge shields the surrounding strip of lights of the sports car. Two double-flow tailpipes flank a diffuser in the lower area of ​​the apron.

Ferrari Monza SP2 two Occupants feel the airflow almost unfiltered - there is only a small windshield on the passenger side. ThePilots also sit on narrow sports seats in leather with integrated headrests and are secured by three-point belts. Two air domes rise behind them.

The rear of the Monza SP2 shows itself with the narrow strip of lights and the powerful fenders.

Between them, in the shoulder area, runs a wide bridge, underneath Ferrari has placed the center console facing the driver with numerous switches and key compartment. By the way: the doors of both models open upwards.

V12 engine with 810 hp

When it comes to motorization, the two models use the 812. A V12 engine with 6.5 liters and 810 hp is used under the carbon bonnet. This means that the two editions provide 10 HP more than their platform dispenser. A dual clutch transmission shovels 719 Nm of torque onto the rear wheels. The sprint from zero to 100 km /h should take place in 2.0 seconds, 200 km /h after 7.89 seconds. The Monza SP1 and Monza SP2 are faster than 300 km /h, but weigh only 1,500 and 1,520 (SP2) kilograms respectively.

Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2 are the first special models of the new limited vehicle line 'Icona', the Ferrari based on models from the 50s with today's technology. The two “Barchetta” Ferrari models are reminiscent of the 166 MM from 1948 as well as the 750 and 860 Monza and are reserved for special customers and collectors. There is no information about prices.


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